Dictatorship of the Dress (Paperback)
Berkley Books, 9780425276259, 368pp.
Publication Date: January 6, 2015
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As the dress-bearer for her mother's wedding, Laney Hudson has a lot more baggage than the bulky garment bag she's lugging from New York to Hawaii. Laney is determined to prove she's capable of doing something right, but running chores for her mom's fairytale nuptials is proving to be a painfully constant reminder of her own lost love. So when she's mistaken for the bride and bumped up to first class, Laney figures some stress-free luxury is worth a harmless white lie. Until the flight crew thinks that the man sitting next to her is Laney's groom, and her little fib turns into a hot mess. The last thing Noah Ridgewood needs is some dress-obsessed diva landing in his first-class row. En route to his Vegas bachelor party, the straight-laced software designer knows his cold feet have nothing to do with the winter weather. When a severe storm leaves them grounded in Chicago and they find themselves booked into the last available honeymoon suite, Laney and her in-flight neighbor have little choice but to get better acquainted. Now, as her bridal mission hangs in the balance, perhaps the thing Laney gets right is a second chance at love.
About the Author
Jessica Topper is an ex-librarian turned rock 'n' roll number cruncher and author of the novel Louder than Love, available in digital format. She is a PAN member of the Romance Writers of America, and belongs to the Women's Fiction Writers Association. Jessica lives in Western New York with her husband, daughter and one ancient cat.
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